Class StandardFragmentAttrProcessor

  extended by org.thymeleaf.processor.attr.AbstractAttrProcessor
      extended by org.thymeleaf.processor.attr.AbstractNoOpAttrProcessor
          extended by org.thymeleaf.standard.processor.attr.StandardFragmentAttrProcessor
All Implemented Interfaces:
Comparable<IAttrProcessor>, IAttrProcessor

public final class StandardFragmentAttrProcessor
extends AbstractNoOpAttrProcessor

Daniel Fernández

Field Summary
static String ATTR_NAME
static Integer ATTR_PRECEDENCE
Constructor Summary
Method Summary
 Set<AttrApplicability> getAttributeApplicabilities()
           Return the attribute applicabilities.
 Integer getPrecedence()
           Return this processor's precedence.
Methods inherited from class org.thymeleaf.processor.attr.AbstractNoOpAttrProcessor
getValueProcessorDependencies, process
Methods inherited from class org.thymeleaf.processor.attr.AbstractAttrProcessor
compareTo, getMessage, getMessageForProcessor, getMessageForTemplate
Methods inherited from class Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait

Field Detail


public static final Integer ATTR_PRECEDENCE


public static final String ATTR_NAME
See Also:
Constant Field Values
Constructor Detail


public StandardFragmentAttrProcessor()
Method Detail


public Set<AttrApplicability> getAttributeApplicabilities()
Description copied from interface: IAttrProcessor

Return the attribute applicabilities.

These applicabilities (a set of AttrApplicability objects) specify the cases in which this attribute processor would be executed. This must at least include an attribute name (execute if attribute name is A) and can also include tag names (execute if attribute name is A and it is set in a tag with name T), companion attributes with values (execute if attribute name is A and it is set in a tag with name T which has an attribute A2 with value V), etc.

Refer to the AttrApplicability API for more details.

the attribute applicabilities.


public Integer getPrecedence()
Description copied from interface: IAttrProcessor

Return this processor's precedence.

When a tag includes several attributes that have an attribute processor associated, the precedences of these processors establish the order in which they will be executed (lowest precedence value is first). This is important because each attribute processor will be able to see the results of the previously executed ones.

the processor's precedence (lowest will be executed first).

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